- Feb 17, 2011
No one ever lacks in beliefs. You might not believe in some almighty deity or some crazy six-armed huntress, the point remains is that all individual has a set of beliefs that he or she lives by.vxicepickxv said:So, I can see you're anti Scientology too.Savber said:I will redefine the First Amendment to be allow ALL religious expression to be equally exposed and shared in the public arena. No more bans on religious symbols in the public and no more so-called divide between the church and public arena.
A man should be free to express his religious beliefs in the public arena as long as it does not physically HARM anyone or coerces another individual to listen.
I'm tired of a judicial system that keeps banning expression of religious symbols in the public square. Instead, they should ACCOMMODATE all beliefs.
There... how's that for radical?
The biggest issue I see with it though is what about those of us with a lack of belief?
Everyone has a different perspective of the world whether it's something weird, dangerous, or good. I'm tired of how religious perspectives get singled out while secular perspectives are seen as the default perspective of an individual. Rather than some levels that goes from secular to religious, I see these worldviews coming down to a big crossroad with each belief having the same virtues and issues. In the end, all views have their own angels and demons.
Perspective are perspectives... Besides the ones that causes physical hurt or mental bondage, I believe we should accommodate rather than avoid them in the public square.